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Instructions for making a DIY wooden frame covered in wallpaper remnants or wrapping paper

Image ID: 11326789
License type: Rights Managed
Photographer: © living4media / Selbermachen Media / Bordes, Christian
Rights: This image is available for exclusive usage.
Restrictions: clearance required in CZ,DE,GR,HU,PL,RS
Model Release: not required
Print size: approx. 15.33 × 12.67 inch at 300 dpi
ideal for prints up to Legal (8 ½” x 14”)

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